Doing Research: A Lab Manual for Psychology

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Thomson Wadsworth, Feb 1, 2006 - Psychology - 154 pages
Jane Gaultney's LAB MANUAL FOR RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY helps students learn how to conduct research in Psychology. This manual emphasizes active learning and reinforces concepts that are presented in a research methods course and illustrates for students how to effectively perform research in a variety of specific areas such as social, neurocognitive, health, and developmental psychology.

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Research DesignsNonexperimental
Research DesignsExperimental
Designing and Reporting Your Study

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About the author (2006)

Jane F. Gaultney is currently an Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. She received her B.A. from Palm Beach Atlantic College and her M.A. & Ph.D. from Florida Atlantic University. Dr. Gaultney has taught experimental psychology and research methods for a number of years and was inspired to write this manual after teaching lab courses at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Other areas of research interest include sleep disorders, memory-cognitive development in children, and individual differences in cognition.

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